I recently saw a comedian who claimed having a child in the house is like having a miniature drunk person around and everything seems dangerous. This may not be the most favorable comparison, but it tends to be true. While you can’t watch over your offspring every second of every day, you can at least take all the necessary precautions to make your home as safe as possible.
The measures will differ depending on the child’s age. For instance, you need to know that soft bedding in your infant’s crib is relatively dangerous because it can cause suffocation. Also, keep in mind that stairs can cause a lot of problems for both toddlers and preschoolers.
As your kids grow up, you’ll also have to remember to keep your front door locked or consider placing the lock higher so they can’t reach it and go out unattended.
While some pieces of advice in this infographic seem obvious (like never leave a baby in a bathtub unattended), you’ll find some extremely useful tips for keeping your infants, toddlers, and preschoolers safe. Ensure the safety of your children and any visiting babies! Once you’ve got them safe, you can teach them cool skills like how to be an entrepreneur!3k